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mazie Is Ready to Introduce You to Her Most Psychedelic and Honest Self Yet [Q&A]
January 20, 2023 We sit down with mazie to discuss her latest single, living in LA, and how her forthcoming debut album is her most vulnerable work so far.
Author: Michelle Dalarossa
Eloise’s “Drunk on a Flight” Feels Like a Sunday Morning Reflection
January 20, 2023 “Drunk on a Flight” is the perfect blend of subtle pop and laidback jazz.
Author: Tatum Van Dam
Ethel Cain Reckons With Love, Violence, and Religion in Debut Album 'Preacher's Daughter'
May 13, 2022 Cain's debut is emotionally shuddering, producing a crater-deep impact that commands your attention.
EMELINE Rediscovers Herself in the Irresistible "cinderella's dead"
April 1, 2022 "It's the killing of old patterns and rejoice in the freedom of what life can be."
Surfaces Is Quite Possibly the Most Optimistic & Eclectic Indie-Pop Duo To Date
August 26, 2019 Now that Surfaces has two impressive, self-produced albums and a sold-out nationwide tour under their belt, there's no denying that this carefree duo will succeed.
Author: Alissa Arunarsirakul
Red Leather Paints a Haunting Picture of LA in "The Only Time It Rains In Hollywood"
June 1, 2022 Meet Red Leather, the artist bridging the pain of Americana with the decaying glamor of Hollywood.
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